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lakme_1

54 – Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England

An ordinary man looking for an ordinary women to pursue an extraordinary Duet.

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Online: More than 6 months ago

Modified: More than 6 months ago

About him

Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Location:
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England
Gender:
Male
Age:
54
Star sign:
Leo
Height:
6' 1" (185cm)
Body type:
Slim
Looks:
Attractive
Hair colour:
Balding
Eye colour:
Blue
Marital status:
Divorced
Looking for:
Friends; Let's see what happens; A long-term relationship
Have children:
Yes, living with me sometimes
Want children:
Ask me later
Daily diet:
Eat most things
Smoking:
Never
Drinking:
Occasionally
Education:
Postgraduate
Occupation:
Teaching / Education / Training
Income:
Enough
Ethnicity:
White/Caucasian
Home language:
English
Other languages:
French
Religion:
Buddhist / Taoist

About his ideal match

Country of origin:
Anywhere in the World
Location:
Within 60 miles of postcode district PE1 (Peterborough)
Gender:
Female
Age range:
35 - 50
Star sign:
Any
Height:
5' 3" (159cm) - 5' 11" (181cm)
Body type:
Slim; Average; Athletic; Curvaceous
Looks:
Very Attractive; Above Average; Average; Attractive
Hair colour:
Any
Eye colour:
Any
Has a photo:
Non-negotiable
Marital status:
Any
Have children:
Any
Want children:
Any
Daily diet:
Any
Smoking:
Never
Drinking:
Any
Education:
Any
Occupation:
Any
Income:
Any
Ethnicity:
Any
Home language:
Any
Other languages:
Any
Religion:
Any
  • Not important at all
  • Slightly important
  • Moderately important
  • Decidedly important
  • Non-negotiable

In His Own Words

About him

Once you get past the self-deprecating humour, you will soon learn that I'm a raging egomaniac....mmm .... the world doesn't evolve around me then! How do you say that you're just an ordinary, loving and successful man looking to share his life with an extrodinary future best friend? I guess that would do it.
I'm the proud dad of my 20 year old son. My previous long term relationship came to an amicable end about a year ago. I'm past the breakup and excited to meet some new and interesting women. As I have matured ( don't men take along time!) I've come to realise the importance of friendship so seeking that here is not at all out of the question. It's welcomed.
Though I do love kissing and sleepy erotic mornings with somebody special. Is there a better way to start the day? Not evan porridge with cream & honey comes close!
My career is important and I always look forward to its demands but I'm not married to my work. I always find time for meditation and yoga which have become a daily practice. I love the challenges that daily life brings trying to relax into its rich patterns. I enjoy literature and the arts and would be lost without access to my piano. Skiing, Cycling, traveling and being outside are important. My dream trip is taking the Orient Express from Paris to Venice to Budapest, then relaxing on a Greek island with nothing but you, sunscreen and Ian McEwan books.

About his ideal match

I smile when I think of you. I walk into John Lewis and I want to buy you a 400 pair of shoes that you pointed out but would never get for yourself. You like my son (spoiled but adorable!) and you put up with my step mum. (She means well; really, she does!) You fawn over me, and understand that my domestic skills will never reach your standards. I think it's cute when you snort as you laugh. You make fun of me when I can't leave the house without forgetting my lunch box. You act younger than you look because I like mature women who haven't forgotten what it's like to be a girl. Its become clear to me that there is not just one soul mate but I do believe that a perfect relationship is one in which the reality is not that far from your fantasy. As long as you have a realistic fantasy, you are bound to one day find your bliss. Laughter can save a relationship; lack of laughter can kill it.
And finally, this being-single thing isn't nearly as bad as I thought it might be... though the lack of warm soft skin in the middle of the night is still a pain!
PS. If you live with more than 12 cats and dress them up in clothing, give them human names like Mr. Whiskers or Lady Priscilla and have make believe tea parties with them...forget it!!!!!!

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